Battlefield Of The Mind Fpr Teens (Paperback)Joyce Meyer
Don't surrender to misery another day. Find out today what you can do to ensure your victory in the Battlefield of the Mind!
It’s no secret that teen life can be a constant battle. The most important fight you’ll face won’t be in the halls of your school, after-prom parties, and so on…even though it may seem like it. The most important fight of all will be waged in your mind.
This book takes an honest look at…
- Peer pressure
- Expectations for your future
- The struggle for independence
Based on Joyce’s bestseller Battlefield of the Mind but adapted for audiences 13+ years, you’ll discover the guidance you need to battle against confusing and competing thoughts raging in your mind.
PART ONE It’s All About the Mind 1
PART TWO How’s Your Head? 53
PART THREE Six States You Do Not Want to Live In 69
PART FOUR Unheavenly Head-Spaces 101
Conclusion WWJT Is Your WMD! 138
About the Author
Joyce Meyer is one of the world's leading practical Bible teachers. A New York Times bestselling author, her books have helped millions of people find hope and restoration through Jesus Christ. Through Joyce Meyer Ministries, she teaches on a number of topics with a particular focus on the mind, mouth, moods and attitudes. Her candid communication style allows her to share openly and practically about her experiences so others can apply what she has learned to their lives.
Size170 x 107 mm
Series - CollectionBattlefield Of The Mind
Number of Pages336 pp
This Is Your Mind...
This Is Your Mind
in a Battle
For our struggle is not against flesh and blood,
but against the rulers, against the authorities,
against the powers of this dark world and against
the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.
Are you feeling a little tired lately? Confused? Depressed?
Kicked-around? It’s no wonder—you’re in a war.
However, your war isn’t a conventional battle that can
be fought with conventional weapons. Take a look at the scrip-
ture that begins this chapter. This warfare isn’t with other human
beings. Not your arch nemesis at school. Not your teachers. Not
your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend. Not even your parents.
Your enemy is Satan himself, the ex-angel-turned-devil—and
his demonic forces. (The Amplified version of the Bible calls
them “master spirits.”) Satan’s coming after you with a carefully
crafted plan of attack, one you might not even see coming. In
fact, you might not even believe you’re in a war at all. That’s one
of your enemy’s best tricks—deception.
Satan is a liar. Jesus called him “the father of lies and of all that
is false” (John 8:44 AMP). Here are some of his deceptive lines,
which he’ll use as he tries to control your mind. How many of
them have you heard, in one form or another?
■ You don’t need to listen to your parents, your pastor, your
youth leaders, and all those other people who try to tell you
how to live. I mean, look at ’em, those incompetent hyp-
ocrites. Look at all their flaws and inconsistencies. This is your
life. Live it your way.
■ Drinking, drugs, and sex won’t really hurt you. All of those
horror stories won’t happen to you. It’s just a big scare tactic.
Adults just don’t want you to have any fun—even though they
had plenty when they were your age. They just want to control
■ Do you really believe in “the devil”? Some red-skinned bald
dude with a pointy tail and a pitchfork? An intelligent person
like you? Get real—that’s a myth. There is no devil, and there
is no hell. And, by the way, there is no God or heaven, either.
“Right now” is all there is. So, get yours while you can.